Color Theory & Frameworks ProgramThursday, June 25th 2009 9:30am to 4:30pmColor Best Practices & Applications Program Friday, June 26th 2009 9:30am to 4:30pm at The Color Association Learning Center in the Fashion District NYC
One-day workshops featuring the complete Color Theory & Frameworks Program and Color Best Practices & Applications Program, each includes all three courses in one dynamic day! There are two programs, now each are being offered in the one-day format, in succession, on June 25th and the following day, June 26th.
Participants may choose to take one "One-Day" or the series of both, which would be all six courses in our Color Education Program.
The one-day format is ideal for out-of-town professionals looking for a concentrated workshop to enhance color knowledge, skills and overall effectiveness in working with color.
Encompassing our popular three-consecutive modules including: Color Theory & Frameworks Program: 1.1 Color Basics, 1.2 Color Psychology & 1.3 Color Forecasting Theory
Color Best Practices and Applications Program: 2.1 Color in Context, 2.2 Color Branding & 2.3 Color Forecasting Applications
The programs are designed to refresh, explore and advance critical color knowledge aspects pertaining to products, brands and built environments. Color fundamentals, key psychological and conceptual considerations to strategic color decision-making, color forecasting methodologies and the leveraging of future color trends are all topics that will be reviewed. Participants will also enjoy a special viewing of The Association's one-of-a-kind private archive collection which includes color forecasts dating back to the organization's inception in 1915.
This special offer is particularly suitable for color professionals and executives who are interested in stimulating and further anchoring their foundational color knowledge to improve their color design and strategy decisions. Students will also benefit from the programs and, as an added incentive, we offer half-off the tuition to current students.
Each One-Day workshop, three module program: $350* (*special rate of $299 for registering at least 2 weeks prior to course, by June 11) For current students, there is a discount of 50% off with valid school ID
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
Please check out The Color Associationwebsiteto view course descriptions, additional courses, dates offered and to learn more about all aspects of the Executive Color Education Program.
Please call us in the office at 212.947.7774 with any questions or to register with us over the phone. We look forward to hearing from you!
Richard Avedon (1923–2004) revolutionized fashion photography starting in the post-World War II era and redefined the role of the fashion photographer. Anticipating many of the cultural cross-fertilizations that have occurred between high art, commercial art, fashion, advertising, and pop culture in the last twenty years, he created spirited, imaginative photographs that showed fashion and the modern woman in a new light. He shook up the chilly, static formulas of the fashion photograph and by 1950 was the most imitated American editorial photographer. Injecting a forthright, American energy into a business that had been dominated by Europeans, Avedon's stylistic innovations continue to influence photographers around the world.
The exhibition at the International Center of Photography will be the most comprehensive exploration to date of Avedon's fashion photography during his long career atHarper's Bazaar,Vogue,The New Yorker, and beyond. The exhibition will feature more than 200 works by Richard Avedon, spanning his entire career, and will include vintage prints, contact sheets, magazine layouts, and archival material.
Why do I love spring so much?...well, aside from the beautiful weather, sunny days, blooming flowers...and NO more heavy winter coats, it is also the start of the fashion gala events for graduating design students across the country
.The excitement to welcome and support talented, new designers is felt in Atlanta same as around the fashion capitals of the world.
Bauder's up-and-coming student designers will showcase top designs in a runway fashion show. The event will also feature a portfolio exposition from fashion merchandising, graphic design, interior design and fashion design students.
This year's theme, Vision 20/20 An Evolution, aims to educate students about eco-fashion and living an environmentally-friendly lifestyle.
Bauder College will also honor Atlantan entrepreneurs and philanthropists during the show whose foundations and businesses emphasize sustainable living and protecting the environment.Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Please call Bauder College at 404-237-7573 for tickets in advance.
Host:Bauder Black Tie Time:8:00PM Friday, May 15th Venue:AmericasMart
Don't miss out, get a ticket, put on your best duds, and plan to be a part of Bauder's Black Tie Event....I will see you there!
Ethical Fashion Forum has just announced a new competition open to all fashion designers who have been in business for less than 3 years, designing Womenswear or Women’s Accessories.
The competition's goal is to promote emerging design talent. Judging criteria will be based on design and product quality, as well as, social and environmental innovation.
Winners will have an opportunity to showcase their designs in London at Estethica in September 2009 or at Pure in August 2009. As well as receiving widespread coverage, the lucky winner will also receive business support from leading consulting team(s).
If you are a talented, designer looking for break, then don't miss out! Applications are due by 29th May 2009, click here toenter.